Elmer’s® Carpenter’s® Color Change Wood Filler goes on in one color, then changes color as it dries, letting you know that it’s ready for you to begin sanding or applying paint or stain. One formulation goes on pink and dries to a natural wood color; while the other formulation goes on purple and dries to white. Both can be used to fix holes, dents, scratches, gouges or other defects on interior wood surfaces. The Carpenter’s Color Change Wood Filler Dries Natural comes in a 4 oz. container, while Carpenter’s Color Change Wood Filler Dries White is available in 16 oz., 8 oz. and 4 oz. containers, with retail prices ranging from just under $8 to just under $5.